On a day investigation out on Camp Livingston with Bill Thompson from LGG, I took these three photos back to back inside of the old Icehouse with my full spectrum camera. In the first photo, you can see what appears to be a misty anomaly that doesn't appear in the other two photos. What you're looking at is actually the top portion of a doorway leading into a room that's filled in almost to the top with dirt, just like most of the rest of the Icehouse. During the time when Camp Livingston was an active military base in the 1940s, the Icehouse was used for cold storage, and part of it was under ground. Once Camp Livingston was closed in 1946, it was soon left empty and abandoned. Over the years, the Icehouse became a notorious party location for teenagers. Besides it being a place to party, it was also known for Satan worshippers to allegedly perform rituals there, along with animal sacrifices and supposedly even human sacrifices. Another popular legend, but one that is definitely untrue, is that in the early 1990's, a young man committed suicide inside the Icehouse by blowing himself up. That is not the case, what actually happened didn't even occur at the Icehouse, it took place at the old sewer plant on the southern end of Camp Livingston. In 1977, Brian Douglas Lanier, who was 19 years old, accidentally killed himself with a homemade explosive device. It went off in his hand and a piece of iron severed his windpipe, suffocating him. This incident had nothing to do with the demolition of the Icehouse, which happened years later in the 1990s. These days, the Icehouse has limited areas you can walk around or even stand upright in. Several years ago, a fence was placed around it with a locked gate, but it was broken into by vandals at some point. The gate now sits wide open welcoming in anyone curious enough to step inside.